yea i would like to keep reading up on the problem . i don't own a ranger but i'm thinkin really hard of getting one . i presently have a hpx and i was about to trade it in for a xuv but i like them 700xp's but i do alot of web reading before i buy and i been doing alot of reading on the belt problems .about how long does it take to change a 700's belt??is it hard to do?? i know the hpx i have to remove the exhuast and a few other things it's nuthinyou wanna do in the field but then again it's never broke in the field .i hope it never does cause i would need a whole tool box to change it.lol.
It is very easy to change, about 10-15 minutes, with the right tools, not that you need a lot of them. real easy to do in the field as long as you carry a small toolkit. I wouldn't hesitate to but the XP, its a great machine, but I would consider changing the motormount to one of the aftermarket ones and always carry a spare belt. Welcome to PRC.
According to Dustin at Polaris of High Point, when you order the original motor mount, you get a revised number and evidently a different motor mount now. I will try and move some more stuff tomorrow. You are correct, there is a ton of work to do.
Bruce, anything I can do to help?
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